These awards are a testament to TES’s best-in-class status as a sustainable technology lifecycle solutions provider.
In April, the Edison Awards announced that TES’s sustainable battery solutions would be honored with the 2022 Gold award in the Sustainability-Power Generation and Recovery category.
The recipients of the Edison Awards are selected through a thorough review process conducted by experts in the fields of science, technology, design, engineering, and marketing. The Edison judges noted the capacity offered by TES’s proprietary recycling process, coupled with recovery rates of up to 99%. Additional commendations were made over the safe and low capital energy that the facility generates to power its process.
Notably, in the previous month, TES was honored with a Gold-level Green World Award in the Green Energy category. The Green World Awards are part of the Green Apple Environment Awards. The 2022 Green World Awards presentation ceremony was held on March 15 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE).
Also in March 2022, TES was the proud recipient of a 2022 Data Centre World Award (DCW). These awards are presented annually in London to recognize and reward companies and individuals in the data center sector for innovative and leading achievements in several categories. The DCW judges noted TES’s particular focus on resolving industry-critical problems and the global-scale nature of the services that use continuous cycles of iteration to improve.
Commenting on the recent awards, Eric Ingebretsen, TES’s Chief Commercial Officer, said: “We’re delighted to be recognized by such reputable organizations, and it’s great to see TES represented amongst other global 2000 brands. At TES, we see ourselves as a global sustainability leader, and these awards prove that we are on the right path.”
TES’s award haul last year was equally bountiful, having been recognized twice by Microsoft in 2021. The first recognition, Microsoft’s Authorized Refurbisher (MAR) Partner Innovation Award, reflects TES’s continued endeavors to bring usable refurbished technology to the hands of those who need it most.
The second Microsoft award was given for Citizenship & Philanthropy, recognizing a remarkable 100% year-over-year growth in MAR citizenship license sales. This growth was generated by initiatives giving back to society, ensuring that quality digital devices are conferred to communities that need support in bridging the digital divide.
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Gary Steele, TES’s Chief Executive Officer, added: “The challenge we all face is clear. We must do everything we can to cut emissions and slow the pace of climate change. At TES, our role in that mission is to make a decade of difference, that is, to securely, safely, and sustainably transform and re-purpose 1 billion kilograms of assets by 2030. We are well on our way toward the attainment of that goal through innovation and the adoption of circular models.”